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Abrams, Richard M. "The Student Rebellion at Berkeley - An Introduction," The
Massachusetts Review, 1965. 

Alegria, Fernando. "Student Revolutions in U.S.A.," Occident, Fall 1964-1965. pp 20-23. 

Aptheker, Bettina. "Free Speech Revolt on Berkeley Campus," Political Affairs, January, 1965. 

 ______. "Revolt on the Berkeley Campus," Political Affairs, March, 1965. 

______. "Memories of FSM," in Takin' It to the Streets, A. Bloom and N. Breines,
eds.; Oxford University Press, N.Y., 1995 

"Behind Califonia's Campus Revolt," Look, Vol. 29, February 23, 1965. pp . 30-38+. 

"Campus Agitation vs. Education," Life, January 22, 1965. 

Blumenfeld, Neal, "The Psychology of Berkeley," Ramparts, May, 1965. pp. 13-14. 

Boler, John F., "Behind the Protests at Berkeley," Commonweal, February 5, 1965.
pp. 602-605. 

California Monthly, "A Season of Discontent," Vol. LXXV, No. 5, February, 1965.

The entire issue is devoted to the Free Speech Movement events of Fall 1964. Contains one of the most complete chronologies of events and an appendix of important documents. 
 _____, "University Review - Highlights of Events and Developments," April, 1966. 

Cass, James, "What Happened at Berkeley," Saturday Review, Vol. 48, January 16,
1965. pp. 47-48+. 

Dickinson, William B., Jr.  "Campus Unrest," Editorial Research Reports, May 19,

Draper, Hal and Nathan Glazer, "FSM: Freedom Fighters or Misguided Rebels," New
Politics, Vol. IV, no. 1, pp. 25-51. 

Despite Everything, "From the University of California," Special Letter, January 1965. 

Feuer, Lewis S., "Rebellion at Berkeley," New Leader, Dec. 21, 1964. 

_____, "Rebellion at Berkeley - II, A Reply," New Leader, Jan. 4, 1965. 

_____, "Rebellion at Berkeley - III, Inevitability and Institutes," New Leader, Jan. 18,

_____, "Pornopolitics and the University,"  New Leader, April 12, 1965. 

_____, "The Decline of Freedom at Berkeley", Atlantic, Vol. 218, no. 3, Sept. 1966,
pp. 78-87. 

Fitch, R. E. "Extremism in Defense of…," Christian Century, Vol. 82, January 6,
1965, pp. 11-15. 

"FSM: A New Era," Insurgent, Vol. no. 1, March-April 1965. 

"An FSM Miscellany", The Graduate Student Journal, No. 4, Spring, 1965. 

Glazer, Nathan. "What Happened at Berkeley," Commentary, Feb. 1965. 

Glazer, Nathan and Paul Goodman. "Letters: An Exchange on Berkeley," The New
York Review of Books, February 11, 1965. pp. 22-23. 

Goodman, Paul. "Berkeley and Its Repercussions," Dissent, Spring 1965. 

_____, "Thoughts on Berkeley," The New York Review of Books, January 14, 1965.
pp. 5-6. 

_____, "Ten Letters on Free Speech," Liberation, Mar. 1965. 

Goldberg, Harold. "Berkeley," Frontier, January 1965. pp. 5-6+. 

Greenberg, D. S. "Berkeley: New Crisis Breaks Out on California Campus," Science,
Dec. 9, 1965. 

Gusfield, Joseph. "Beyond Berkeley: High Noon on Campus," Trans/Action,
March/April, 1965. Published at the University of Washington, St. Louis, Missouri. 

Harrison, G. A. "Berkeley: Does that Banner Still Wave? Free Speech Movement,"
New Republic, Dec. 19, 1964. 

Heisler, Dr. Friedy B. "A Psychiatrist Looks Back at Berkeley," The Progressive,
May 1965. 

Herbert, T. Walter, Jr. "University in Crisis," Humanity, Dec. 1964. 

Hijiya, James A. "The Free Speech Movement and the Heroic Moment," Journal of
American Studies, vol. 22 , no. I, 1988, pp. 43-65. 

Hook, Sidney. "Freedom to Learn but Not to Riot," New York Times Magazine, Jan.
3, 1965. 

_____, "Second Thoughts on Berkeley," Teachers College Record, Oct. 1965. 

Howe, Irving. "Berkeley and Beyond," New Republic, Vol. 152, May 1, 1965. pp.

Ingerman, Sidney. "Employed Graduate Students Organize at Berkeley," Industrial
Relations, Oct. 1965. 

Jacobs, Paul. "Dr. Feuer's Distortions: Rebellion at Berkeley - II," New Leader, Jan. 4, 1965. 

Kaplan, Samuel. "The Revolt of an Elite: Sources of the FSM Victory," The Graduate Student Journal, No. 4, Spring, 1965, pp. 27. 

Katz, Joseph and Nevitt Sanford. "Causes of the Student Revolution," Saturday Review, Dec. 18, 1964. 

Kerr, Clark. "Rebellion at Berkeley - III For the Record," New Leader, Jan. 18, 1965. 

 _____, "Letters to the Editor: Rebuttal from Berkeley," Saturday Review, March 6,
1965. pp. 21+. 

______, "On Berkeley and the Multiversity," The New York Times Review of Books,
April 8, 1965. pp. 35-36. 

 ______, "Interview with Clark Kerr," by Mary Harrington Hall, Psychology Today,
Octoober, 1967. 

Knoll, Erwin. "Revolt of the Professors," Saturday Review, June 19, 1965. 

Kristol, Irving. "What's Bugging the Students," Atlantic, Nov. 1965. 

Langer, Elinor. "Crisis at Berkeley: I - The Civil War," Science, Apr. 9, 1965. 

_____, "Crisis at Berkeley: II- The Second Front," Science, Apr. 16, 1965. 

Leggett, John C., "The Political Institution,"  American Society; a Critical Analysis.
Edited by Larry T. Reynolds [and] James M. Henslin,  New York, McKay [1973] 

Leggett, John, Gunilla Napier and Joyce Bailey.  "The Natural History of an Institutional Arrest and the Lessons of the Sproul Hall Sit-In," Taking State Power, Edited by John Leggett, Harper and Row, 1973, pp. 295-305. 

Levy, David. "Freedom and FSM," Man and State, December 1964. p. 2. 

Lipset, Seymour M. and Paul Seabury. "Lessons of Berkeley," Reporter, Jan. 28,

Lipset, Seymour M., Paul Seabury, Vaughn Collins, Paul Byer and Ginger Johnston. "The Berkeley Affair," HIS Magazine of Campus Christian Living, Vol. 25, no. 9,
June 1965, pp. 1-18. 

 _____, "Rebellion on Campus," American Education, Oct. 1968. 

Marine, Gene. "No Fair! The Students Strike at California," Nation, Dec. 21, 1964. 

May, Henry F. "The Student Movement: Some Impressions at Berkeley," American
Scholar, Summer, 1965. 

Mercer, Marilyn. "The Student Revolution," Glamour, Aug. 1965. 

Miller, Michael V.. " The Student State of Mind," Dissent, Vol. XII, Spring 1965. pp.

Miller, Colin. "The Student Revolt," Frontier, April 1965. 

Moore, Charles E. "Anarchy on the Campus: The Rebels and the Law." The Police
Chief, April 1965, pp. 10-60. 

Murphy, Franklin D. "New Voices on Campus," Mademoiselle, Aug. 1965. 

Nagler, Michael, "Berkeley: The Demonstrations," Studies on the Left, Winter, 1965. 

Nelken, Michael. "My Mind is not Property," The Graduate Student Journal, No. 4,
Spring, 1965, pp. 30-33. 

Neville, Anthony E. "California Encounters the New Radicals," The Johns Hopkins
Magazine, Vol. XVII, no. 1, Oct. 1965. 

Newsweek. "Campus '65: The College Generation Looks at Itself - a Newsweek
Survey," Mar. 22, 1965. 

Petersen, William. "What's Left at Berkeley," Columbia University Forum, Vol. 8,
Spring, 1965. pp. 39-44. 

Petras, James. "Politics of Democracy: The Free Speech Movement," Phi Delta Kappan, ILVI, no. 7, March 1965. pp. 343-48. 

Petras, James and Michael Shute. "Berkeley '65," Partisan Review, Spring 1965. 

Powell, Charles R. "Free Speech Movement," Collegiate Challenge, n.d. [ca. January 1965]. 

Rapport, V. A., "Some Ways Toward Campus Peace," School & Society, Summer,

Raskin, A. H., "The Berkeley Affair: Mr. Kerr vs. Mr. Savio & Co.," New York Times Magazine, Feb. 14, 1965. 

 ______, "Kerr and the U.C. Imponderables," New York Times Magazine, Mar. 1,

______, "Yesterday's Berkeley Rebel Says I'm Just Here to Study," New York Times
Magazine, Jan. 30, 1966. 

Richmond, Al, "Revolt at Cal," People's World, Dec. 12, 1964. 

Rosenfield, Gerald, "Generational Revolt and the Free Speech Movement," Liberation, Jan. 1966. 

Rossman, Michael, "Civil Rights and FSM: Some Background Notes," Occident, Fall,
1964-1965. pp. 1-14. 

_____, "The Movement and Educational Reform," American Scholar, Autumn, 1967. 

_____, "Notes from the County Jail," The New York Review of Books, Feb. 15,

_____, "Look Ma, No Hope," Commonweal, Apr. 12, 1968. 

 _____, "Breakthrough at Berkeley," Center Magazine, May 1968. 

Roysher, Martin and Michael Miles, "The Berkeley Thermidor," New Republic, Mar.
16, 1968. 

Savio, Mario, "An End to History," Humanity, Dec. 1964. 

_____, "The University Has Become a Factory," Life, February 26, 1965. pp.

_____, "The Uncertain Future of the Multiversity: A Partisan Scrutiny of Berkeley's
Muscatine Report," Harper's, Oct. 1966. 

Seeley, John R. "A Letter to the Chancellor," The Stanford Challenger, March 1965.
 pp. 21-24. 

Selznick, Philip and Nathan Glazer, "Berkeley," Commentary, Vol. 39, March 1965.

Shoben, E. J., Jr., "The Berkeley Syndrome," Teacher's College Record, Apr. 1965. 

Shute, Michael. "The Berkeley Campus in Revolt," New Politics, Fall 1964. 

Spence, Larry D., "Berkeley: What It Demonstrates," Studies on the Left, Winter

Starobin, Robert, "Graduate Students and the FSM", The Graduate Student Journal, No. 4, Spring, 1965, pp. 17-26. 

Stern, Sol. "The Anti-Bureaucratic Revolt at Berkeley: A Deeper Disenchantment,"
Liberation, February 1965. pp. 15-20. 

Strickland, William, "The Movement and Mississippi," Freedomways, Spring 1965. 

Styron, Dan. "FSM Berkeley Free Speech Movement Battles for Student Rights,"
Young Socialist, March-April 1965. pp. 12-17. 

Tabler, Ward, "Lessons from Berkeley," Humanist, Vol. XXV, no 2, March-April

Thompson, Hunter S., "The Nonstudent Left," The Nation, Sept. 27, 1965. pp

Trillin, Calvin, "Letter from Berkeley," The New Yorker, Vol. 41, March 13, 1965. pp.52-54+. 

Von Hoffman, Nicholas, "The Young Radicals: A Report from the West," Panorama,
Chicago Daily News, Mar. 5, 1966. 

Ward, Bill. "Why the Students Revolt," The Nation, January 25, 1965. pp. 81-85. 

Watts, William A., and David Whittaker. "Free Speech Advocates at Berkeley,"
Journal of Applied Behavorial Science, Vol. 2, no. 1, January-February-March,

Wenner, Jann. "FSM: An Undergraduate Viewpoint,"  San Francisco, Vol. 7, No. 5,
May and June, 1965. 

Weinberg, Jack. "Two Fronts in the Same War: The Free Speech Movement and Civil Rights," Berkeley Campus CORE-lator, Jan. 1965. 

Weissman, Stephen. "Rebellion at Berkeley - II: What the Students Want," New Leader, January 4, 1965. 

Windmiller, Marshall. "The Berkeley Revolt," The Liberal Democrat on the Pacific Scene, Vol. 5, no. 4, January 1965. pp. 7-12. 

Wolin, Sheldon S. and John H. Schaar. "Berkeley and the Fate of the Multiversity: A Special Supplement," The New York Review of Books, March 11, 1965. 

_____, "On Berkeley and the Multiversity," The New York Review of Books, April 8, 1965. 

_____, "Berkeley and the University Revolution," The New York Review of Books,
February 9, 1967. 

Young, Nigel. "Revolt in the Multiversity," Peace News, January 15, 1965. pp. 3-4,


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